Amid the anti-trophy hunting hysteria sweeping certain parts of the country following the death of Cecil the Lion, Democrat senators have introduced the Conserving Ecosystems by Ceasing the Importation of Large (CECIL) Animal Trophies Act.
On the morning of July 31 Ron Henrick heard someone “bust” into his home. Henrick grabbed a 12 gauge shotgun and said, “I was going to shoot his a**.”
The Contra Costa Times is asking if Reagan’s fiscal success was a contributing factor in this heinous crime.
With Colt Defense LLC “enmeshed in a bankruptcy case” and its future–financial and otherwise–in question, the union which represents workers at Colt is seeking a bailout from the Connecticut government
A Taco Bell in Newton, Kansas has now fired an employee who allegedly wrote the word “Pig” on burritos ordered August 1 by a cop and the cop’s fian
On August 3, New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman ordered an immediate end of “realistic toy gun sales” after finding that some retailers were allegedly selling toy guns lacking a state-required “bright, 1-inch-wide orange stripe ‘down both sides of the barrel and the front end of the barrel.'”
On August 3, Delta released a statement announcing the immediate implementation of a ban on the shipping of “lion, leopard, elephant, rhinoceros and buffalo trophies worldwide as freight.”
On August 3 the 12-person jury in the trial of Aurora theater gunman James Holmes unanimously decided he is eligible for the death penalty.
On Thursday, a 26-year-old man in Pinal County, Arizona, allegedly plucked out his own right eye while under arrest for attempted murder.
An 82-year-old Henrico County, Virginia, grandma is going gun shopping after a stranger allegedly broke into her home on August 2 and climbed into bed with her.
On August 2 CNN’s Fareed Zakaria tried to stir Congressional action on gun control by citing a study which claims 207 mass shootings in the first 207 days of 2015. Zakaria said the claim of one mass shooting every day
Idaho huntress Sabrina Corgatelli is reacting to the politically correct push against hunting by posting photos to Facebook of some of her favorite hunts—including one in which she killed an “amazing old giraffe.”
On August 3 comedian Amy Schumer joined her cousin, Senator Chuck Schumer (D-NY), for a gun control push in the wake of John Russell Houser’s alleged attack at Grand Theatre in Lafayette, Louisiana.
On July 30, John Swartz, owner of JJ’s Sporting Goods in Saint Johnsville, New York, announced his store would no longer sell guns to Muslims, based on the difficulty of discerning who is radical and who is non-radical.
On July 31, US District Judge Jackson Kiser lifted a 14-year injunction barring the state of Virginia from banning Confederate flag license plates.
Speaking from the presidential campaign trail on August 1, Governor Chris Christie (R-NJ) pledged more pardons for law-abiding citizens charged with carrying guns they legally purchased and possessed in states other than New Jersey.
Calls for more gun control almost always follow a public crime or terror attack in which the attacker–or attackers–use a gun. Yet many of the most infamous attacks take place in gun free zones–places where law-abiding citizens disarm themselves to comply with the rules while criminals take advantage of disarmed masses and open fire.
Following the shooting that left two dead at a Lafayette theater during a July 23 showing of Trainwreck, comedian Amy Schumer received an open letter imploring her to join the fight for gun control fight. The letter also urged her
On Saturday, hundreds upon hundreds of people from Georgia arrived at Stone Mountain, the nation’s largest Confederate memorial, to show their support for the Confederate flag. It is interesting to note that the location for this rally. Stone Mountain itself has been targeted in the anti-Confederate hysteria that began sweeping the certain parts of the country following the attack on Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in June.
Breitbart News previously reported that on April 24 Judge Murray Snow both refused to recuse himself from a “racial-profiling” case involving Sheriff Joe Arpaio and ordered US Mashals to go to Arpaio’s office to seize documents and hard drives.
This week, police in Willimantic, Connecticut, became the first officers in the state to use the “less-lethal” FN 303 guns.
On July 29, Tennessee Attorney General Herbert Slatery issued an opinion in which he said private companies sponsoring events in Tennessee parks cannot ban citizens with concealed carry permits from carrying guns.
On July 31, Judge William Orrick blocked further release of videos exposing Planned Parenthood’s involvement in selling heads, livers, and other parts of unborn children after partial birth abortions are performed.
Lieutenant Commander Tim White has now confirmed that he opened fire on alleged gunman Mohammad Abdulazeez during the July 16 attack on Marines and Sailors in Chattanooga.
On July 31, alleged Charleston gunman Dylann Roof pleaded “not guilty” to 33 federal charges, including hate crime and gun charges.